Overcoming Daily Obstacles to Feel Whole
Occupational therapists are resourceful and compassionate health professionals, who develop and implement thoughtful therapy programs for people who struggle with functioning and daily activities. As an occupational therapist, you will work directly with clients, helping them overcome challenges that result from injury, illness or natural delay.
Your Master in Occupational Therapy demonstrates your commitment to clients and gives you the training needed to excel, no matter where you practice. Occupational therapists work in hospitals, rehabilitation centers and nursing homes. Some meet clients in their homes. Where you’ll work depends on your interests and education. You may choose to continue your training and focus on a specialty like hand therapy. However ,you intend to share your ministry, know that you will get the training and personal attention for your ambitions right here.
At AdventHealth University, occupational therapy master students participate in classroom instruction that encourages whole-person healing, challenging students to develop therapy skills that tend to the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of clients.
The total number of graduates from AdventHealth University's Master of Occupational Therapy program during the 4-year period of 2018-2021 was 120, with an overall graduation rate of 95%.
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*Class of 2020 was delayed in graduation by 1 trimester due to pandemic.
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Take the First Step Toward Your
Occupational Therapist Career
Your Master of Occupational Therapy from AdventHealth University will teach you clinical techniques and help you foster your own relationship with Christ, so you can demonstrate your healing ministry to each client you engage. Take the first step in securing your master degree in occupational therapy by applying now. We look forward to learning about you and why you want to help occupational therapy clients feel whole.